His book exposes the dangerous truths associated with today's tumultuous world, and chapter by chapter, it explains how we—both as a society and as individuals—can survive, adapt, and even prosper in these times.
What does DT stand for?
DT stands for Dangerous Truths (fanfiction, novel by Anne Walsh)
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- Daemon Tools
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Annette Simmons author of A Safe Place for Dangerous Truths (ii) says that when a group fails to address difficult issues, something has affected its members' willingness to see and tell the truth.
John Baldwin, to pursue the murderer before he strikes again in this engrossing tale of dangerous truths.
He's tracking down the faceless executives on his own side who want him dead, before he recovers his memory and gains access to dangerous truths about their wrongdoing.
” It’s always a cheap way for someone expressing conventional wisdom to pose as the daring speaker of dangerous truths by characterizing those who dissent as “fashionable.
The blue bunch have ignored a few dangerous truths.
Classics tell us unsettling, uncomfortable, dangerous truths about ourselves, and if we trim out that sting to make our stories more palatable, we end up not with a classic but with a taming of the true, a quaint little curiosity that tells us nothing really important.
His attempts to recovery his memories will lead to some dangerous truths which place him in new danger.